SPA News

New tests will help steer Stornoway Deep Water Port project

New tests starting at Stornoway harbour today will provide a more detailed guide to the design of a planned deep-water port which will bring significant economic benefits to the islands. Stornoway Port Authority has agreed the further investment to provide Learn more

LARGEST EVER VESSEL VISIT IS SIGN OF THINGS TO COME FOR STORNOWAY

The largest ever vessel to enter Stornoway Harbour is set to arrive at the port (Wednesday 22nd May). At 285m long it is almost the length of three football pitches and will be arriving with 2000 passengers on board, it Learn more

STORNOWAY PORT AUTHORITY KEEN TO PRESERVE OLIVER’S ARMY LEGACY

Stornoway Port Authority is re-thinking its future plans to help preserve a piece of the town’s history. The authority has postponed a project to extend its office at Amity House on Esplanade Quay, close to the ancient centre of Stornoway, Learn more

Newton Marina Marine Licences

Scottish Ministers have granted Stornoway Port Authority marine licences for marine works to create Newton Marina. The licences and Decision Notice are available via the Read More link. Learn more

Marina Berth Allocation

Stornoway Port Authority will shortly allocate a limited number of marina berths for the period 1st May through to 31st October 2019. Owners of vessels up to 14 metres in length requesting a berth should apply in writing by 1700 Learn more

Application for Harbour Revision Order

Stornoway Port Authority has applied to the Scottish Ministers for a Harbour Revision Order under Section 14 of the Harbours Act 1964. Learn more
Stornoway Port Authority Consults On Harbour Plans

Stornoway Port Authority Consults On Harbour Plans

Stornoway Port Authority is consulting the public on the next stage of developing the town’s harbour to help bring significant economic benefits to the islands. As part of its 20-year Master Plan, the port authority aims to create a deep-water Learn more

Newton Marina: Applications for Marine Licences

Stornoway Port Authority has applied to Marine Scotland for a Marine Construction Licence and a Dredging and Sea Disposal Licence for the Newton Marina project. Members of the public can make representations about the applications to Marine Scotland. The deadline for comments is Friday 25th January 2019. Learn more

STORNOWAY PORT AUTHORITY OFFERS DESIGN CONTRACT FOR DEEP WATER PORT PLAN

STORNOWAY PORT AUTHORITY OFFERS DESIGN CONTRACT FOR DEEP WATER PORT PLAN Stornoway Port Authority is seeking bids to design one of the biggest projects ever undertaken in the Hebrides. The Authority has ambitious plans to develop a deep-water port as Learn more

Notice to Mariners 04-2018

Arinsh Point Red Buoy – Lit Buoy (RED) (QR) Position 58°11.556’N, 006°22.040’W AtoN No. 3976.55B Mariners should be aware that Arnish Red Buoy will be moved on Saturday 11th August 2018 to a new location, 40m West of the current Learn more